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Posted by meshal on Sunday, August 08, 2004 @ 23:18:53 EDT (3490 reads)

Topic: adv
Posted by meshal on Sunday, August 01, 2004 @ 22:05:02 EDT (2980 reads)
bl4ckf0g writes
The first issue of Kuwait linux magazine was released yesterday ...
it contain some tutorials about the modem and using wvdial, and other good things..
you can download it from http://geek.security4arab.net/klinux.pdf
Thanks bl4ckf0g

Topic: security
Posted by aziz on Thursday, July 22, 2004 @ 18:32:33 EDT (4695 reads)
Chinese government-owned telecom equipment manufacturer Datang has selected Linux as the embedded operating system for a mobile handset designed to work with Datang's TD-SCDMA network equipment, expected to power 3G (third-generation) networks in China by 2005. The TD-SCDMA standard, the world's third 3G technology, may also see use in Europe and elsewhere.  Read More...

Topic: security
Posted by meshal on Friday, July 16, 2004 @ 18:48:08 EDT (4118 reads)
A few weeks ago I wrote about installing Apache in a chroot jail, a technique that can reduce the potential damage from a compromise of your server by preventing an attacker from gaining access to your server's root filesystem. In this article I will look at how to configure the Apache server environment to protect your Web site.  Read More...

Topic: how to
Posted by meshal on Friday, July 16, 2004 @ 17:17:26 EDT (3858 reads)
Without a viable 64-bit Windows solution available today, enthusiasts and neophytes alike are looking to Linux for new opportunities. Is Linux mature enough to take advantage of the same technology released to the public only months ago? The answers are more complicated than many of us originally thought, particularly considering the competition.  Read More...

Topic: hardware
Posted by meshal on Friday, July 16, 2004 @ 01:31:48 EDT (4059 reads)
My first experience with Slackware Linux [http://www.slackware.com] came with version 9.1, after 4 years of using various versions of Red Hat and SUSE Linux. I disliked the general direction these distributions were moving in and didn't see their increasing focus on the "big end of town" as auguring well for either myself or clients of my small one-person IT consultancy business. I quickly became a Slackware convert and have since used it exclusively for all my server deployments. Check in for more and 15 screenshots from Slackware 10. Read More...

Topic: hardware
Posted by aziz on Wednesday, July 14, 2004 @ 15:18:17 EDT (4874 reads)
Red Hat announced new learning services to complement Red Hat's Open Source Architecture strategy. The new enterprise architect courses and RHCA certification are designed for experienced Linux system administrators who already have skills at the level of Red Hat's highly acclaimed Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) credential, now in its sixth year... Read More...

Topic: security
Posted by aziz on Wednesday, July 14, 2004 @ 12:17:06 EDT (5087 reads)
This articles teaches you how a Linux system starts, or boots -- that is, how the kernel gets into memory and how the regular system processes get started. Read More...

Topic: News
Posted by meshal on Tuesday, July 13, 2004 @ 14:34:41 EDT (3119 reads)
Red Hat remains the leading Linux distribution in use on the Internet, experiencing slight market share erosion in the first six months of 2004, but still showing a healthy net gain of sites under its new licensing structure. Debian and SuSE show market share gains among Linux distributions detected by our Hosting Provider Switching Analysis, while Gentoo has the fastest percentage growth rate.
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Topic: security
Posted by aziz on Sunday, July 11, 2004 @ 09:22:52 EDT (4213 reads)
The latest news to emerge in the Linux v Windows battle is that Microsoft has cut its prices (rumour suggests by more than half) in an effort to dissuade the city of Paris from moving to Linux on the desktop. Paris is in upgrade mode and intends to spend nearly $200 million with IT suppliers in the next three years, a significant proportion of which could go to Microsoft. Read More...

Topic: security

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